Reinventing the mexican bohemian
We create a very peculiar style that we call the Malosa’s “Mexican Bohemian” as a result of mixing mayan embroidery and bohemian twist using millenary tecniques from mayan comunities, with our own designs made by Isabel Molina, our creative director since 2008. We are proud of our origins, we are proud of beeing indians, mestizos, mulatos, mayans, zodziles or to be part of any ethic group of the mexican territory. This is our past, our heritage and because of this prehispanic history we achive the most important value, our culture.
Nuestras artesanas Mayas
Hecho en México
Doña Flor from Ticuch, Yucatán, our manager of the workshop embroidery.
The twins Lilia y Elia
From Cobá, Yucatán. The twins help us with fresh ideas for the embroidery workshop.
From Valladolid, she help us in Tulúm workshop with her fast embroidery techniques.